- Last updated:
- 25 Oct 2016
This master plan is being delivered as a key action of the adopted Nambour Activation Plan.
The master plan aims to guide the revitalisation of Petrie Creek Parklands as a recreational area that links to Nambour’s town centre with a safe pathway network to make it easier to walk and cycle. This encourages health and well-being, and enhances the natural environment.
You are invited to have your say on the draft Petrie Creek Parklands Open Space Master Plan by providing a written submission . View the plan below or at the Nambour Library and Council Administration Building in Currie Street, Nambour.
Sunshine Coast Council (Petrie Creek Parklands Open Space Master Plan)
Locked Bag 72
Sunshine Coast Mail Centre QLD 4560
Submissions close 5pm Monday 8 August 2016.
Survey participants will go into the draw to win $300 worth of vouchers from Nambour businesses.
The prize will be drawn on 16 August 2016 and the winner notified soon after.
Previous engagement for this plan was held in 2009-2010. Council invited the local community, and businesses to participate in an extensive engagement process to inform the future direction of the project originally referred to as the ‘Nambour Central Park Master Plan’. This was an information gathering and visioning process that utilised stakeholder meetings, questionnaires and workshops.
Where to from here
Feedback will be collated and incorporated into the plan where appropriate. The plan will be considered for council endorsement in late 2016. Updates on the project will be made on this website.
This Open Space Master Plan is an action from the Nambour Activation Plan which was adopted in October 2015.
The plan was prepared by Sunshine Coast Council’s Landscape and Urban Design Unit in 2012 and has been updated for endorsement in 2016. The master plan is aligned with legislation and the Sunshine Coast Planning Scheme 2014. The Planning Scheme supports Nambour’s role as a Major Regional Activity Centre, as defined by the South East Queensland Regional Plan 2009-2031.
For more information, please contact council’s customer service (07) 5475 7272.